Archive for August, 2017



As August ends…

Published on August 26, 2017

One of my lifetime favorite books is The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupery. I still have my first copy. The Little Prince teaches us alot about living, loving, tragedy and hope. How to say, “Yes”.Pema Chodron, a buddhist nun and dharma teacher, offers her thoughts about what the Little Prince teaches. She suggests […]


Staying positive!

Published on August 18, 2017

For me, each week this year has had its own unique challenges. It feels like an emotional rollercoaster, from outrage, to sadness, to disbelief and concern. All this emotional exertion is taking a toll on the resilience I have been working on, chipping away at the edges. I continue to stay on the path of […]


Moving into Yes

Published on August 12, 2017

How we move in our bodies, transmits our attitude. How we walk, our posture, our physical openness, speaks to the world about us. Many times, we do the same things with our bodies each day: drive, sit, exercise. Our bodies develop a way or pattern of movement. Yoga helps us develop new ways to move […]


Willingness: The Practice of Yes

Published on August 5, 2017

I think it is interesting that one of the constant(and first) words in a toddler’s vocabulary is,”No!”. As we mature, does “No” continue to be our go to word? For me, I may not say “No”, but I am likely to be thinking it. Changing our attitude includes changing our thinking, our internal dialogue.At first, […]